These are the parts I used. This is utilizing the stock coil. Everything fit well.
Anyone have a list of part numbers needed for this? I have been searching and can't seem to find it.
Advance Auto Part Numbers shown simply because I have these handy...
Distributor Cap Adapter, p/n C193 AP or FR109, $5.
Distributor Cap, Standard/Blue Streak p/n KCR-202X, $20
Rotor, Comes with premium cap replacements.
Plug wires, Autolite p/n 96171, about $30
This is another part list refering to the upgraded ford coil.
If you use the E-core coil, and there is nothing wrong with using the E-core coil for this application, you just probably aren't going to get into the RPM ranges to make it really work for you...
Still, if you snag one off a late 80's or 90's fuel injected Ford vehicle where you can get the coil, coil connector and mount for about $5, then by all means, use it!
The proper plug wires for that coil would be.
Advance Auto/ Autolite p/n 96624, about $25.
If you buy an E-core coil, which is going to run about $50 or up for a good one,
You will need to buy a coil connector also, NAPA p/n ICC1, $15,
And you will have to make a bracket since there aren't any easily available in the aftermarket...
Remember, the actual "TeamRush" upgrade is just cap, rotor, plug wires...
After that, you can add and choose to do the rest in bits and pieces, tuning the distributor, adding the E-core coil, changing over to a CDI ignition module..
I took this from post 25 on here. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/showt...=589777&page=2